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    I started out with egos, went to a vamo v3/genesis, then moved to a legacy, quickly got tired of that. Moved to a smoktech magneto/Nimbus. Got tired of that bought me an Atom Mech mod, and I have a trident V2 in the mail. I gave my egos and kanger protanks to my neighbor to get off cigarettes. All it did was make him smoke cigarettes and vape. I don't think he has any intention of quitting the stinkies.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DougW1971 View Post
    More than most people would think I bet. I think it's odd that people will spend 200.00 on a mod but will then use their eGo's for out-and-about.-- To me that's like owning a nice car and then putting it on a trailer any time you want to take it somewhere. Then again I spend a lot of my time these days trying to slim-down the amount of gadgets I need to maintain. I already have too many. hehe. And I don't have a huge collection of firearms either. I have exactly two now, after years of having all types.
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    Last week I bought a step-up ecig...the K101. LOVE the flavor, hate dripping. Returned to my sexy eGo with ProTank Mini II due to battery life and ease of use. It is as basic as you can get. Being a female, I find it awkward to carry around a larger rebuildable, even if it is a lovely shade of purple. I am guessing I will step up from there to a Twist or Spinner next but love the size of the eGo. Oh well. I tried!I guess I am just a basics person who likes simplicity in my life. And it works for me.

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    My constant and ongoing quest is ALWAYS to find the smallest satisfying vape experience.
    I have Chucks and a Mini Reo but I only use my 650 mah Twists at this point.

    The best thing for keeping things small is dripping.
    And it just so happens that I find that the easiest method of vaping, so I guess I'm all set for now.

    I just want a smaller variable voltage battery at this point.

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    I have a Provari Mini, a GP Paps in 18350 mode, Ego Twist, Vision Spinner, Eroll, SD Keychain Maxi, Kayfun Lite (RBA), Evods, Protanks, Aspire BDCs. I use them all almost on a daily basis. Although the GP Paps with Kayfun is my main vape, it's nice to have something smaller for out and about. Variety is the spice of life.
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    MVP w/ protank 2 @ home (or eVic), EVOD w/ 450 mAh mini for work.

    PLUS, it's easier to shift my manual transmission car with the mini in my hand.

    YMMV

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    It's all just different ways to do the same thing is all, or haven't you noticed that the more things change, the more they stay the same.

    I think it's odd that people will spend 200.00 on a mod but will then use their eGo's for out-and-about.
    Why when it isn't all that hard to make both taste the same.
    I don't take my Perazzi chucker hunting either, I have an old 1100 for that.

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    To me, the variety is part of what's good about vaping. We can each find the setup we like and use.

    If that means trying a big mod and not liking it, so what? I'm not trying to please anyone except myself.

    And while I could take a Ferrari off-roading, a Jeep might be a better choice. Unless the Ferrari is rented...

    Or I could wear a tux when cleaning the pig pen, but the overalls there might be a better choice.

    To me, it's having the choice that's good.

    And having only one device, whatever it is, is just plain inviting trouble. Sure, I can now get a Blu most anywhere, for an emergency. But I'd rather have backups, backups to them, and alternatives in house.
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    I use my eGo's and x6's all the time when I go out an about. Lose an ego and protank, I'm out $30 bucks. Lose an ELA and a Kayfun, and I'm out $300 to $400. Drop an ELA with a Kayfun and I wouldn't actually be out that $300 to $400, but looking at the scratches on that beautiful stainless would make me cry.
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    I went from cigalikes to my own mods pretty quickly and just got a reo grand. I'm loving it and will probably use it almost exclusively. I've put my V-mod in a drawer and am going to PIF my egos to a co-worker. That said, I'm thinking about getting a cheap cigalike autobatt setup for the times when I really want to vape but need both hands free like working on the car
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